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This Is The Montreal Poutine Burger

Poutine makes everything better.
This Is The Montreal Poutine Burger

When two fast foods cum (not a typo) together in one giant foodgasm, the results can be disastrously delicious. Such is the case with Montreal's Jukebox Burger's "Poutine Brgr," a sinful combination of two comfort food staples. And sorry about getting creepily sexual, but come on, you know you're like kinda turned on by this burger.

via @draven1683

Part of Jukebox Burger's new menu that launched this past spring, the Poutine Brgr is a 1/2 pound of beef topped with fries, gravy, cheese curds, lettuce, and some mayo. Priced at $14.95, the Poutine Brgr screams out for our mouths and looks to be reason enough to head to JB right now.

via @jukeboxburgers

This isn't the first poutine-burger combo to be tasted in Montreal. Let's not forget about the Burger Week 2012 winning creation by Burger Bar dubbed the "Hangover Burger" a a 6-oz. beef patty topped with caramelized onions, bacon, American cheese, truffle oil, fried egg and a mini poutine.

The OG poutine-burger is a little more decadent, and also looks a lot harder to eat. Unfortunately, 2012 is way in the rear view mirror, so Jukebox looks to be your only Montreal destination for a burger-poutine lovechild, which is cool with us.

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